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Change all the things: New logo!

With the relaunch, a new logo.

Episode 4: A New Hope

It’s a Star Wars reference, but also the truth: This is the fourth incarnation of my studio logo, and I hope it serves me well. As I mentioned in my last post, I’ve moved on from the DragonCalledK moniker. It was clear to me from the getgo that my old logo, the friendly little dragon that everyone loved so, would be sent to dragon Heaven. My new logo would need to be more personal, yet equally simple. Alas…

First of all, let me just say: I LOVE IT. It’s the perfect representation for this chapter of my life: triangles forming a mountain/hill being sliced in half. Why didn’t I think of this before?! More announcements are coming soon. Follow me on Twitter, Facebook, or Google+ to keep up-to-date!

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Their Adventure: Portrait of an Anniversary

My parents celebrated their 47th wedding anniversary this year. I created this portrait for them as a gift. Read about what motivates me to create and see the portrait up close after the jump.

A swathe through white space, from -scapes by Kevin Halfhill

A swathe through white space: A lesson in detachment

“A passerby, an interloper, traveling through the white space of the world will leave behind traces of color. But colors fade, white remains, and space is common company to a disconnected, passing star.” I created this piece, “A swathe through white space,” as a lesson in detachment, intended as a reminder that solitude equates neither stagnation nor sorrow. Learn more about the special meaning and story behind this piece: comets, detachment, and the power of going forward.

The Curioos Blog: [Interview] Kevin Halfhill, “Macrostellar (s1)”

I was interviewed by Curioos NY about my series of cosmos-inspired, abstract landscapes, Macrostellar (s1). “It’s critical to nurture our creative efforts in whatever we do because it’s such a vital part of being human. Creativity is a large part of our individuality, and therefore also a primary component to living a fulfilling life.”